Torguson Park amenities continue to improve each year with strong commitment from both the City of North Bend and Si View Metropolitan Park District. The climbing wall imitates Mount Si. It is just over 31 feet tall at its highest point and includes some overhang areas and an arch. There are eight climbing routes of varied difficulty levels.
In 2017, the City completed a renovation project of the sports complex with new backstops, restrooms, concessions building and a central plaza. Paved fitness trail and a picnic shelter were also added to enhance visitor experience. With grant funding from King County Youth and Amateur Sports Grant program, the District improved the outfields including leveling, a sand cap, irrigation and appropriate drainage greatly improving the field conditions. The District also renovated the restrooms closest to tot lot with new siding, roof and additional maintenance/storage facility in 2018.
A 35,000 square foot bike park located on the southwest side of Torguson Park is an all-ages, all-abilities track, with features that both advanced and novice riders can enjoy together. A separate Striders track offers a safe environment for young children who are still learning how to ride where parents can walk along and help. The lights are operational from dusk to 8PM Sunday-Thursday and dusk-9PM Friday-Saturday.
The skateboard facility at Torguson Park has gone through a major renovation that was completed in early 2021.The footprint has nearly doubled and includes exciting elements for all skill levels as well as a central gathering area. This project was funded through the District's Capital Bond and CIP fund.